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KarolinFelix Gripping Black and White Portraits of the Homeless by Lee Jeffries Photograph by LEE JEFFRIES Lee Jeffries career began as a sports photographer, capturing the beautiful game of football in Manchester. Then a chance meeting with a homeless woman living in the streets of London changed his life forever. He has since dedicated himself to capturing gripping portraits of the disenfranchised. Shooting exclusively in black and white, Lee Jeffries’ 135+ pictures can be viewed in his Flickr Photostream. Photograph by LEE JEFFRIES Lee Jeffries lives in Manchester in the United Kingdom. Lee Jeffries recalls that, initially, he had stolen a photo from this young homeless girl huddled in a sleeping bag. The models in his photographs are homeless people that he has met in Europe and in the United States: «Situations arose, and I made an effort to learn to get to know each of the subjects before asking their permission to do their portrait.» If you enjoyed this article, the Sifter highly recommends: Honoring the Veterans of World War II [25 pics]

Lines & Shapes magazin for our third volume we were quite sure from the beginning that we were drawn to the word GATHER. we gave the artists very little direction but did share this definition... to bring together into one group, collection, or place; to pick or harvest; to come together around a central point details:6 x 8 in (15.2 x 20.3cm)68 pages, perfect bounddigital output, full color throughout artists featured: *please note: these volumes are sold at our . they are not available in the L&S online shop.

Slow Street Art, Little People – Le street art miniature par Slinkachu « Inner City Snail » et « Little People » sont deux projets de street art de l’artiste anglais Slinkachu, qui se penche sur de nouvelles façons d’appréhender le street art. Avec « Inner City Snail« , Slinkachu introduit le principe du slow street art, en réalisant des graffitis miniatures sur les coquilles de plusieurs escargots, qu’il laisse ensuite déambuler à leur vitesse, à l’opposé du street art sur des trains. Avec « Little People« , il se penche encore une fois dans le détail, en donnant cette fois vie à de minuscules personnages. Très bon ! via illustration - Nithin Kumblekar Client: Bling Agency: Makani, Mumbai AD: Prasad, Rahul Note: I've done few changes in this version. The original layout is different from this.Art Direction, Illustration2014 Agency: Kassett, Norway Client: P4Art Direction, Illustration2014 OLX Brand Campaign Agency: LOWE DelhiCharacter Design, Illustration2014 House Campaign Client: Mumbai Mirror Agency: Taproot India Art Director: Abhishek SawantArt Direction, Character Design, Illustration2013 Poster designs of the 2012 celebritiesCharacter Design, Creative Direction, Illustration2012 Exclusive fan art which I created this year. My stall at the Comic Con Delhi & Bangalore in the year 2012 - 13Illustration2014

graphic shapes images & copy courtesy of Mary Emma Black Mountain College Bulletin Vol. 1, No. 3 (February 1943) "If you are interested in the world you live in and the way men think and act; if you are interested in finding a purpose in your own working and learning, Black Mountain will attract you. Here you will find a college whose faculty consists of a distinguished group of scholars and artist from America and abroad; whose students represent an economic and geographic cross-section of this country, with several coming from foreign lands; a college whose students are characterized by unusual vigor, curiosity and self-reliance..." "Black Mountain College is a small cosmopolitan community of students and teachers living together an education stressing democratic co-operation. Black Mountain differs in many respects from traditional liberal education. "Art at Black Mountain is based upon art as an active, appreciative and creative force permeating all activities of life.

Miniatures / Audrey Heller Photographe originaire de San Francisco, Audrey Heller crée des mises en scènes miniatures qui vous donnent envie de s’asseoir et de regarder. Felideus xhibit Mit der Ausstellung „Weltwissen. 300 Jahre Wissenschaften in Berlin“ schaffte die Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin eines der Höhpunkte des Berliner Wissenschaftsjahres 2010. Auf über 3200 qm Ausstellungsfläche wurde eine beeindruckende Sammlung von Exponaten unterschiedlicher Kernthemen zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte gezeigt. Auf elf Wissenswegen konnten die 70.000 Besucher der Ausstellung in der Zeit von September 2010 bis Januar 2011 durch die Wissenschaftsgeschichte wandeln. x:hibit projects stand den Ausstellerteams beratend zur Seite, übernahm die Schulungen für die Mitarbeiter des Vermittlungsprogramms, stellte das Servicepersonal für die Audio-Guide-Ausgabe und übernahm das Teilprojektmanagement. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Teilprojektmanagement Vorbereitung Vermittlung Schulung Guides Besucherservice

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